This charming home was built in 1910 in a four-square style, which is unusual for the neighborhood. The owners have tweaked the floorplan a bit, in part to restore it to its original design and also to make it function better for them. Many of the original details of the house remain, including fireplaces, stained glass windows, flooring and a gorgeous front staircase. Some of the changes they made involved moving the basement door back to its original location and reworking the second floor bedrooms to create a master bathroom with laundry area and a cozy den. The third floor is a playful, welcoming guest room that sleeps six of their extended family. The owners also focused on the outdoor areas, creating a lovely seating area on the front porch and a beautiful backyard retreat with brick paths and a fountain. Their collections and charming touches make this a very personal home, even giving a nod to the husband’s Irish heritage in the Celtic knot pattern in the kitchen’s stained glass transom window. The other treasure in the kitchen is the 1910 stove that was used to heat the wife’s childhood home. They reclaimed it, had it converted to gas with an electric oven and gave it a place of pride in this gracious home.